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Local Report:

Ashland High meeting for fall sports set for tonight

The Ashland High fall sports meeting for coaches, parents and athletes will be at 7 tonight in the school theatre.

After a general presentation, each sport will hold a meeting for the parents and athletes.

North girls soccer conditioning under way

The North Medford High girls? soccer conditioning camp started Monday, and tryouts begin next Monday.

For more information, call Dick Darcy at 899-7890.

Arvidson takes OGA men's stroke crown

KLAMATH FALLS — Oregon State golfer Anthony Arvidson led from wire-to-wire in winning the OGA Men's Stroke Play Championship golf tournament at the Running Y Ranch Resort.

Arvidson used rounds of 67, 68 and 73 to sew up the title, surviving Sunday's surge by Lavoie brothers, Ryan and Gregg.

Arvidson's three-day total of 208 was two shots better than the Lavoies.

Carrying the torch for the local competitors was Brad Bills of Eagle Point Golf Course. Bills put together rounds of 79, 76 and 76 for a 231. He finished tied for 37th, three strokes ahead of Rogue Valley Country Club's Kevin Klabunde (76-77-81).

Bill Morrison maintained his second-round lead by finishing at 5-under par 211 to take home the senior division crown.

RVCC's Bob Harrell and John Dunkin finished tied for 10th at 224. Harrell carded rounds of 75, 72 and 77, while Dunkin had rounds of 72, 73 and 79.

David Wittkopf, of Eagle Point GC, tied for 13th at 226, with RVCC's David Boals coming in at 237 and Jim Howe at 240.

Emmens records his first ace at Stone Ridge

Michael R. Emmens notched his first hole-in-one Monday at the Ore-Cal Senior Tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Club.

Emmens? ace on the 130-yard seventh hole was witnessed by Marvin Conner, Maynard Wood and Lee Reich.

LeMasters, Austin ace ninth hole at Cedar Links

Paul LeMasters and Mike Austin each carded holes-in-one within two hours of one another on the same hole at Cedar Links Golf Course.

LeMasters recorded his first ace in 31 years of playing golf on the 135-yard ninth hole. His ace was witnessed by Tom Loding, Bill Curtis and Darrell Pearsall.

Two hours later, Austin also recorded an ace on the ninth. His effort was witnessed by Norm Homeier, Lynn Conway, Paul Rubera and Josh Loy.

Cobras soccer team shines in Premiere event

PORTLAND — The U-12 boys Rogue Valley Soccer Club Cobras won eight of 10 games at the Premiere Qualifying Tournament this past weekend.

The Cobras outscored their opponents 25-2 while running up an 8-1-1 record at the 50-team tournament.

Defensively, the Cobras were led by Aaron Detrick, Lee Seeley, Mike Nieto, Walt Wimmer and Jared Hooper.

Kogap senior softball team nabs 65-over title

EUREKA, Calif. — The Medford Kogap senior softball team captured the 65-plus age group division at the Oregon State Senior League Championship this past weekend, winning three of four games.

Kogap defeated Bend, Eugene and Eureka. It lost to Grants Pass and completed the season the season with a 15-5 record.

Snapp fifth at national inline skating event

LINCOLN, Neb. — Medford's Richard Snapp took fifth place in the 700-meter race at the Junior Olympic National InLine Speed Skating Championships July 31-Aug. 2.

Snapp, a freshman-to-be at North Medford High, raced in the freshman boys division.

Thirty-six racers began the 700 competition, and six made it to the finals.

Klamath Falls? Ashley DuBrey, an incoming freshman at Klamath Union High, made it through her first heat but couldn't advance past the semifinal race in the sophomore girls division.

The two racers teamed up for the relay race but missed the finals by taking fifth in the semifinals.

DuBrey and Snapp both compete for the Club Fresno inline racing team coached by Sheldon Masterson and Louis DuBrey.